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they are at that point*? >> gary hart? >> if gary hart created the original sin of challenging the people in the media of. most knew that he ran around but rather than letting it go, we're at a time the media did not look into that so carefully. politicians have no backstage area. but that was not the case and challenge the media to say you prove it so a reporter from a florida newspaper hit out in the bushes and saw his girlfriend come in late at night it was not hard to guess she was not cleaning the floors so if you don't challenge the media you may be something you are not. >> host:. >> host: stephen frantzich book his book is "o.o.p.s." observing our politicians stumble". how many books have you written? >> this is 17 original books buchanan ally with statistics. i spent time in a trench to do academic books but my last five 1/6 have been more fun. prior to the s high-profile the people love presidents have mentioned in there "state of the union." that was not done in tow ronald reagan did it for the first time and every president has use of the placid example of their political goals. close to call
was a good president and history may agree, who knows. we can't count them. wayne hayes, ruger mills, gary hart and bill clinton. do we say well, if they do that, we have to dispense with them. they can't be in the public eye. chris: you be the judge. you're the president of the united states for 10 minutes and i bring to you the petraeus case. it hasn't gotten out yet but will get out and you know it will because there are people out there, an f.b.i. agent, c.i.a. agent and they can drop anything anywhere. will you keep him on? >> he's the c.i.a. director and blackmail and all the possibilities are there. could they blackmail bill clinton? chris: put out the word he had an affair but i'm keeping him. >> everybody makes their own judgment as to whether this is more important than that. chris: right. >> if you're asking me about the people i named in history, i think what they did for the country was more important than the other but you can disagree. chris: but were all kept secret at the time. >> except for bill clinton. in retrospect he say he was a good president and mr. was peace and p
available or natural light. and we tried it out first witht gary hart. we went out to -- i believe it s was cleveland early on in february of 1987 and i had the first assignment out there.wa i came back and showed them the photographs and they were veryhe pleased with them. so i went on from there doing all the candidates. c-span: here's the front covernl of your book and you can seecant here this title "choose me." first let me ask you why you used that? what the...oo >> guest: it was interesting.se it was almost a photographas became the title came after theo photograph.alst once we had that photograph thia was much later on i decided that would be the cover of the book. d that that would be the cover of the book. and then i was almost thinking of a title to go with the photograph, and it seemed to fit the bill. >> how come there's a photograph on the cover? how come this one? >> well, once again, it was the beginner. the winner went on the cover. whoever won the election, became the president, would be on the cover of the book. so obviously that was george bush, and that was the one
after the to ronald reagan by the emergence of gary hart and the new to broaden our appeal and get a from some of these s. it took eighey came back into power ind rethinking period was enormously important. the republicans have not yet process. they need to come to terms with that they just aren't appealing to enough people and they also have what one national review writeronservative writer recently calle culture of contempt in their party. they just disrespect voters. disrespect other people. they need a uplifting, more inclusive message. >> the old comment back in 2000 was w. bush spoke english like it was his foreign language and al gore spoke as ifv. it was your foreign falling into the two camps about party's direction, hard right or change with the times. let's watch. >> i think you did honorably well and came close. he's a northeastern liberal and that's not where we're going. i'm optimistic because there was a very strong republican bench that did not enter the fray. with all of the soul searching what ideology we're going to pursue, is going to come
of gary hart in what they call the new democrats. so that idea that we've got to broaden our appeal, get away from some of these kind of paleo liberal ideas that have been dominating the party for a long time helped the democrats. it took eight years before they came back into power in 1992. that rethinking period was enormously important. the republicans have not yet gun that process. they need to come to terms with the fact that they just aren't appealing to enough people. they also have what one writer called a culture of contempt in their party. they disrespect voters and other people. they need a friendlier, more uplifting, more inclusive message and if they don't get it, they won't get power back. >> the comment i made was that george w. bush spoke as if it was a foreign language. what's worst, to be condescending or ignorant. they were falling into those two camps, hard right or change with the times. >> i think he did honorably well, came pretty close. he is a northeastern liberal. that's not where we are going. i'm optimistic because there was a very strong republican bench that
happened to -- john edwards was blown up. gary hart was blown up. bill clinton was almost blown out of the presidency. anybody that doesn't know this is going to be the consequence of what happens to you if you get involved in this, and you're running the cia is preposterous. >> eleanor. >> he's not the first powerful man to do something fallish when it comes to an extramarital affair, and he won't be the last. but he is, or was, head of the cia, and that could make him a potential target for blackmail. when you look into this, there's not much more here, i don't believe. there's no evidence of a breach in national security. the fbi apparently acted by the book. you don't tip off the white house when you're engaging in a potentially criminal investigation. the agent in florida who then worried that the investigation was being stalled and went to a republican congressman who went to eric cantor, he has an illustrious record. he helped bring down the millennium plot. you can't blame him, either, for his apparent concern that this was not being studied appear prop it i can't tellly. so
they are or think they are at that point in time. >> host: gary hart. >> guest: okay. gary hart created the original sin of challenging the people in the media. you know, there were all the stories. most people in media knew he ran around a bit, but rather than just letting it go at that and you have to remember we're in a time where we didn't -- the media didn't look into that carefully. there was a backstage area. one of the problems i think we have today is politicians have no backstage area. whatever they do, wherever is realistic. the ballot to be covered, but that was not the case at the time. he challenged the media saying prove this stuff so a reporter from florida newspaper hid out in the bushes in southwest washington and saw his girlfriend come in late at night and leave early the next morning. it was not hard for him to guess that she was not probably cleaning the floors or cooking an all-night dinner, and so, you know, you don't challenge the media. you don't pretend to be something you aren't. >> host: political science professor stephen frantzich, recent book "oops: observing our poli
. and you had the emergence that year of gary hart and what they called the new democrats. and so that idea that we've got to broaden our appeal, get away from some of these kind of paleoliberal ideas that have been dominating the party for a long time really helped the democrats. it took eight years before they came back into power in 1992. but that rethinking period was enormously important. the republicans have not yet begun that process. >> yeah. >> they need to come to terms with the fact that they just aren't appealing to enough people. and they also have what one "national review" writer, a conservative writer, recently called a culture of contempt in their party. they just disrespect voters, disrespect other people. they need a friendlier, more uplifting, more inclusive message. and if they don't get it, they won't get power back. >> yeah, the old comment i made back in 2000, later on in this cycle was that george w. bush spoke english like it was his foreign language and that al gore spoke as if it was your foreign language. what's worse, to be condescending or ignorant? the mornin
. that's expected. get well, coach. >>> general david petraeus, anthony weiner, gary hart, public servants whose careers were torpedoed over sex scandals. but if they're successful at their jobs, should they be forced to step down? our conversation is next. hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios plus the perfecting color of a bb cream equal? introducing the newest beauty trend. total effects cc cream c for color. c for correction. [ female announcer ] fight 7 signs of aging flawlessly. cc what's possible. >>> it's a story as old as history but as fresh as the day's headlines. a powerful man, married man, at the top of his career, brought down by an affair with an attractive younger woman. how often have we heard that? days ago, retired general david petraeus was known as a decorated lifetime soldier, the architect of a successful military strategy in iraq. now wrapping up a distinguished career as civilian chief of the cia. then we learned his biogr
but will be back soon. that's expected. get well, coach. >>> general david petraeus, anthony weiner, gary hart, public servants whose careers were torpedoed over sex scandals. but if they're successful at their jobs, should they be forced to step down? our conversation is next. we find the best, sweetest crab for red lobster that we can find. [ male announcer ] hurry in to red lobster's crabfest! the only time of year you can savor 5 succulent crab entrees, all under 20 dollars. like a half-pound of tender snow crab paired with savory grilled shrimp, just 12.99. or our hearty crab and roasted garlic seafood bake. [ forsythe ] if i wouldn't put it on my table at home, i wouldn't bring it in. my name's jon forsythe, and i sea food differently. hi, i just switched jobs, and i want to roll over my old 401(k) into a fidelity ira. man: okay, no problem. it's easy to get started; i can help you with the paperwork. um...this green line just appeared on my floor. yeah, that's fidelity helping you reach your financial goals. could you hold on a second? it's your money. roll over your old 401(k) into a f
. the emergence that year of gary hart and the new democrats and so that idea that we've gotten to broaden our appeal, get away from some of these kind of liberal ideas that have been dominating the party for a long time, really helped the democrats. it took eight years before they came back into power in 19 92. that rethinking period was enormously important. the republicans have not yet begun that process. >> yeah. >> they need to come to terms with the fact that they just aren't appealing to enough people and they also have what one national review writer, a conservative writer recently called, a culture of contempt in their party. they just disrespect voters. disrespect other people. they need a friendlier, more uplifting, more inclusive message and if they don't get it they won't get power back. >> the old comment i made back in 2000 later on in this cycle was that george w. bush spoke english like a foreign language. what's worse, to be condescending or ignorant? on election night and the morning after, conservatives were falling into those two camps about party direction, hard right or
hampshire, they're tied. 5-5. and in hart's location, new hampshire, president obama beating mitt romney 23 votes to 9 votes with two votes for gary johnson, the libertarian candidate. >> coming on strong. coming on strong. >> bill: there you go. here we are election day 2012. good to see you everybody. thank you so much for joining us. your election day starts right here on the "full court press." find out what's going on. then you can go out and vote or go out and vote and come back and check in with us. let us know how it's going. we're coming to you live from our nation's capital all across this great land of ours on the day that we show what great americans we are by participating in the electoral process and voting. so important to do so. whichever way you vote, important to get out and vote today. and join the conversation here on the "full court press." any way you can. give us a call at 1-866-55-press. that's our toll free number. go to twitter and tweet us your comments at bpshow on facebook, faceb
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